The Washington Square Park hawks have one egg in the nest with one or two more to come over the next few days. The male gave the female several long breaks during the day. At sunset, the male started hunting for rodents in the park. He ended up catching a rat as it ran across a playground. He then went to a few different location before calling to his mate in case she wanted the rodent. When she didn't come he gave us the slip going towards the east. It was fun to have the extra hour of daylight after work to watch them.
Update 3-14-17: The second egg was laid at 11:45 am on Tuesday.
Update 3-17-17: The third egg was laid on Friday afternoon.